Michael: It’s not as important as you’d think. It’s the writer’s job, essentially, to stand in the shoes of the reader of the book and ask the kinds of questions the reader would ask, if the reader had access to the author. So it’s the client’s job to educate the writer as to who the audience is. That’s my starting point when I work with a new client-we determine exactly who the audience is for the book, what their needs are, what their problems are, what their concerns are and what their fears are. Who are these people? It’s a little like method acting. If I know who I’m representing when I’m doing the interviewing, I can ask the right questions.
2) Learn about the wedding planning profession. Research what opportunities are available in this field. You can then better match your interests, skills and preferences to the opportunities.
Like all other regular party planning, you have to start on determining your budget. You have to consider your guest list in deciding how much you may need for the whole preparation. It is up to you on what kind of budgeting you will do, but make sure that it will accommodate everyone. This includes the food, the location, the rentals, the decorations and other necessities for the party.
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You have more resources as a team than trying to do everything yourself. You need to be able to have a team that can be make neutral decisions by themselves & as a group. You need to make use of teambuilding elements in your event planning so that you can get the event in to motion & not must worry about doing it all yourself.
Above all, a host or hostess needs energy. To spend time with each person at the party and to be cheerful, happy and glad that they have come needs person with high energy and social skills.
Once you have figured out your objective, start reading. Talk to people, think out aloud. Determine your prospective attendees. Based on that, come up with various themes’ that would work at your event. Every event needs a theme. Whether it is a colour scheme or a fun dress up theme. When looking for a theme use the guidelines you’ve written down for Step 1. It makes it easier to narrow down your searches.
When deciding who to invite, take into account the size of your place and the fact that some guests will probably bring a friend or two without asking you. Do all your inviting at once so no one feels like they were an afterthought.